Roamerica 1998 Sportsmobile Campervan Side Profile Camping in front of Mt Bachelor in Bend

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One of the great things about renting a campervan is the ability it has to transport us into the wild, natural places that we love. And, as visitors to these places, it’s our responsibility to leave them as we found them, ensuring that future visitors are able to have an experience similar to our own. Minimize the impact you have on the environment while out

Mike from FieldCraft Survival talks with owner Taylor about the shop, the rigs, the Pacific Northwest and so much more. Check out the full video on FieldCraft Survivals Instagram feed and check out some of the screen grabs below. Be sure to check out FieldCraft online: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com About FieldCraft Survival FCS offers training, equipment and mindset. Firstly, they offer self-defense, medical, and mobility training to enhance your skillsets. secondly, they

The beauty of an outdoor adventure in a ROAMERICA campervan is that everything you need (gear, kitchen tools, bedding) is all right there at your fingertips. Our campervans come fully stocked so that all you’ll need to bring is your backpack and your thirst for adventure. Below you’ll find a list of everything that’s included in your rental for adventuring in a campervan, including our

Our passion is road travel and our purpose is to get people into the wild landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. We admit that Seattle and Portland are worth a stop for the craft beer or coffee enthusiast, but the magic of the area lies on the open driving to Mt. Hood or winding through the North Cascades highway. We want you to hit the road as

Words by Sarah Ramm All photos courtesy of Sarah Ramm and Chris Ramm Originally posted by Expedition Portal, on October 31st, 2018 Oregon was calling, and I knew it was time for us to go back. The summer heat had been getting the better of us for a few months, and the cool, crisp air of the Pacific Northwest seemed dreamy. As we started to plan our next

July 7, 2020 by Mike Cahill Downsizing can be an exhausting process – both mentally and physically. However, taking the time to consolidate or clear out those old, unused items sitting around your home can also be liberating. The goal of downsizing is to rid yourself of the things you don’t need while keeping what you do need. Though this sounds like a simple process, it’s